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British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

James
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British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

Whilst my picture is a bit pathetic, some parts of Sheffield has about 4 inches of the stuff Smiley
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nadger
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

Just goes to prove my wife's claim that Arctic Circle goes thro' Derby is correct Smiley
James
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

She wasn't wrong.
nadger
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

Obviously all the defenders are still holed up in their igloos  Smiley
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

Have a look at this picture for March - it shows how global warming can have some very odd side effects http://climate.uah.edu/
pierre_pierre
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

A) the first day of summer is officially Saturday 21st Jun at 00:01 and Autumn begins on Monday 22nd September 15:41Hrs
B) several years ago on the end of May bank holiday in Thetford Forest - Norfolk I was camping and woke up to thick ice all over
jmd
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

No snow in Worksop this morning - we have sunshine!
Mind you - it is very cold......................
Emma
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

Bizare there is none in Worksop, am 4 miles away in North Anston, on top of a hill mind you and had 3 inches of the stuff!!
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

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I was camping and woke up to thick ice all over


Should have put your tent up, the night before ! ! Grin Cheesy Grin
jmd
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Re: British Summer Time (AKA Snow)

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Bizare there is none in Worksop, am 4 miles away in North Anston, on top of a hill mind !!

well, you are up a hill and it is "North" Anston - probably the other side of A57 in South they had none either.......... and this afternoon I have had a lovely sunny walk round part of Lake at Clumber. Smiley
pierre_pierre
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Should have put your tent up, the night before ! !

Whats a Tent?  I thought everyone made a bivouac in the wild  Kiss